On behalf of the Washington University Student Occupational Therapy Association (WUSOTA), we would like to invite you to participate in this year’s online Therapy Career Fair. The Therapy Career Fair is a great opportunity for students in occupational therapy, physical therapy, and speech language pathology programs to connect with vendors from across the country and learn more about potential employment opportunities. Vendors will be presenting information about their organizations, as well as answering any questions you may have as potential employees.
The 2022 Therapy Career fair is scheduled for Monday, February 28, 2022 from 9am-4pm CST. This year, the fair will be held over Zoom and will include both a morning and an afternoon session. Students can register for the Career Fair using the following link: https://forms.gle/ZNcnbcqUtCxanWTA9.
As the date gets closer, we will be sending you the following information:
- Reminders of the event date & time
- Tips on attending a virtual career fair
- A vendor brochure with vendor and event information
- The Zoom link for the event
This is a great opportunity for students to network with local and nationwide vendors. We appreciate your interest in the 2022 Therapy Career Fair and hope to see you online in February!
Kelsey Stevens & Mackenzie Martin
WUSOTA Career Fair Committee Co-Chairs
We are so excited to be offering a virtual webinar directed toward your soon-to-be graduating SLPs as well as recent alumni! This is our ‘What to Expect in the Workforce’ webinar presented by an experienced, licensed Speech Language Pathologist. Some of the key content covers the different settings in which an SLP may choose to work in, licensure, CF supervision, and more.
This is directed for upcoming graduates as well as recent alumni (or all alumni) and will be February 22nd from 7:00pm-8:00pm Eastern Time.
If you would please forward this sign up link out to your upcoming and recent graduates we would love to have them join us!
** There will be Starbucks gift cards available to all who join for the duration of the event too- YUM! YUM! **
I thought you would be interested in an employment opportunity I found at Bethel School District 403. The position is Speech Language Pathologist (2021-22 School Year). Please click the link below for more information about this vacancy. <BR> <BR>https://www.applitrack.com/bethelsd/onlineapp/default.aspx?all=1&AppliTrackJobId=6426&AppliTrackLayoutMode=detail&AppliTrackViewPosting=1
Bethel school district is located in Spanaway. We have many open SLP positions that have been difficult to fill. We are considering emergency certification for aspiring slps that are currently in their graduate program.
The Odegaard Writing and Research Center (OWRC) is launching a new asynchronous virtual resource, Working on It, aimed at helping graduate students develop and refine a writing process that works for them. Composed of five primary strategies and techniques, this self-guided resource provides adaptable instructional exercises and commentary from graduate writers from across UW on how these practices have helped them cultivate their own writing practices. Check it out now!
Graduate Student Career Essentials: Virtual Sessions 1 & 2
Thursday, March 25, 2021, 4:30 pm – 7:30 pm (PST)
Session 1: Career Exploration Insights & Strategies (4:30 pm – 6 pm)
Session 2: Networking with Professionals (6 pm – 7:30 pm, space is limited)
Registration required for each session: http://bit.ly/30x60Gl
Open to graduate students across the UW tri-campus. Zoom links will be e-mailed to registered participants in advance of each session.
Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in The Graduate School and the Career & Internship Center (Seattle campus) are partnering to host virtual career development sessions in spring 2021, focused on graduate student career exploration beyond academia.
Virtual Session 1: Career Exploration Insights & Strategies
During Session 1, you will learn:
- Career insights from guest speakers. These are professionals working outside of academia who have earned UW doctoral degrees in the Social Sciences and STEM fields
- Ways to identify your job skills and how to showcase them
- Strategies for an effective job search
- How to start your action plan for career exploration
You’ll also be able to ask questions of Career & Internship Center and Core Programs staff during the session.
Virtual Session 2: Networking with Professionals (space is limited to 30 participants)
During Session 2, you will be able to:
- Network with professionals working outside of academia who have earned UW doctoral degrees in the Social Sciences and STEM fields.
Send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
To request disability accommodation, contact the Disability Services Office at least ten days in advance at: 206.543.6450/V, 206.543.6452/TTY, 206.685.7264 (FAX), or email@example.com
Virtual Support for International Graduate Students: An Interactive Event to Boost Your Productivity
Monday, March 1, 5:30-7:30 p.m., RSVP (Science & Engineering Grad Students)
Tuesday, March 2, 10 a.m.-12 p.m., RSVP (Social Science & Humanities Grad Students)
Send questions to Ziyan Bai: firstname.lastname@example.org
International graduate students, do you want to boost your productivity for the final stretch of the quarter? Have you found it challenging to stay motivated during this time? The Center for International Relations & Leadership Exchange (CIRCLE) and Odegaard Writing & Research Center (OWRC) offer an opportunity to get virtual support for your final projects. Sign up for one of two study groups in your broad discipline to work on individual assignments, get consultations on your writing from OWRC staff, or practice presentations with CIRCLE staff.
Friday, February 26, 5:30-7 p.m., Online
Cost: $3.99 to rent video on Amazon (must also have a Prime membership)
RSVP to receive watch link
Send questions to email@example.com
First-gen graduate students are invited to attend virtual movie nite, featuring the award-winning film Real Women Have Curves (PG-13, 2002), starring America Ferrera. Hang out from the comfort of your home and watch the movie with your favorite snacks! The watch party will include an optional live chat box. Use this feature to say hi to your peers or share your thoughts or reactions to scenes in the movie. RSVP for more details. This event is a collaboration between Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in The Graduate School and the First-Gen Graduate Student Advisory Board.
A first-gen graduate student is in the first-generation of their family to earn a Bachelor’s degree—and now working towards a graduate degree.
Submit a proposal by February 1 // Virtual event on February 25
Access the call for proposals flyer and social media image.
Send questions to Madeline Mundt: firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you a graduate student who wants to communicate your capstone, research or pedagogy to a wider audience? Would you like to get feedback about your virtual presentation style from a group of supportive, interdisciplinary people? Then submit a proposal for an opportunity to present at the winter quarter Scholars’ Studio event—a fun, low stakes way to give a 5 minute lightning talk!
See last quarter’s presentations.
Participate in Scholars’ Studio for the following reasons:
– To learn skills that are crucial for virtual presentations at conferences and the job market
– To focus the message of your research and hone your elevator speech
– To work on communicating your capstone project, research, or pedagogy to a wider audience
– To enliven your presentation with storytelling elements while having fun and connecting with the members of UW community and beyond.
This event is a collaboration between the UW Libraries Research Commons and Core Programs—Office of Graduate Student Affairs in The Graduate School.